National Capital Trolley Museum, Washington, D.C.

This museum, in Maryland just north of Washington, D.C. suffered a disastrous fire which destroyed many of its trolley-cars. However, two PCC cars were available on the day that I visited, leaving Eufron in the hotel.

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Toronto and Den Haag PCC cars at the National Capital Trolley Museum, Washington D.C.
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Coupling of Den Haag car.
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Toronto and Den Haag cars at National Capital Trolley museum
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Den Haag car
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Truck of PCC car
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Interior of Den Haag PCC car
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Safety guard under Toronto PCC car
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Driver's controls, Den Haag car
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Interior of Toronto PCC car
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Hostler's controls, Den Haag PCC car
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Den Haag PCC car
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PCC truck after fire
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Plough for conduit system. Unlike those in London, ploughs were not run in at street level: there had to be a man in the change-pit to plug in the power connectors, visible on top of the plough.
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